Hudson Restaurant Week Continues Through February 3

Hudson County foodies looking to satisfy new food experiences should check out the 2017 winter edition of Hudson Restaurant Week. With 45 participating restaurants located in Jersey City, Hoboken, Edgewater, Fort Lee, and Weehawken there is something for everyone. Hudson Restaurant Week continues through February 3.

The following Jersey City restaurants are offering discounted meals:

Amelia’s Bistro (American): Lunch $17, Dinner $30
Battelo (American): Lunch $20, Dinner $40
Bistro La Source (American): Lunch $18, Dinner $30
Edward’s Steakhouse (Steakhouse): Lunch $18, Dinner $40
Fire & Oak (American): Lunch $20, Dinner $40
GP’s Hamilton Park (Italian): Dinner $35
Greene Hook (American): Dinner $40
Hamilton Inn (American): Lunch $20, Dinner $38
The Hutton (American): Dinner $35
Kitchen Step (American): Dinner $35
Laico’s (Italian): Dinner $38
Liberty House Restaurant (American): Lunch $20, Dinner $40
Liberty Prime Steakhouse (Steakhouse): Lunch $20, Dinner $40
Light Horse Tavern (American): Dinner $38
Maritime Parc (American): Dinner $38
Raval Tapas Bar (Spanish/Tapas): Dinner $35
Satis Bistro (Modern European): Dinner $35
South House (American): Dinner $35
Vu (American): Lunch $15, Dinner $30

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Catherine Hecht

is the owner of Harmony Media, NJ, the publisher of Jersey City Independent and blogs about urban gardening at dig a path. She's lived in Jersey City since 1999 and resides in the Heights section with her wife Beth Achenbach, they were the first couple to file as legal domestic partners in Jersey City. Cat has over 10 years experience in communications, marketing and publishing, she's studied anthropology, art history, woman & gender studies, botany, ethnobotany, and herbology and she is a graduate of the Rising Tide Capital Community Business Academy. She is also is a community activist, registered voter, gay rights activist, art lover, gardener, environmentalist, and an animal advocate.